How to do on-site production safety management in machining workshop

As a workshop director, we must know how to do a good job of safety, how safety accidents are caused, and what kind of harm the safety accidents can cause. For a company, especially our company that produces pipe piles, once a work-related accident occurs, it can be as small as losing money and hurting the family, or as large as it may cause the company to close down. If a safety accident caused heavy casualties, production will definitely be suspended for rectification. Therefore, it is essential to ensure safe production on site.
The factors that cause safety accidents include people, things, lack of management and poor concepts. First of all, let's talk about this person. Human behavior is the main cause of the accident. How does this human behavior come about?
Mainly caused by human thinking, lack of this safety meaning, on the other hand, lack of corresponding operating skills. So what we have to do:
The first is to train employees and train them ideologically to make them realize the importance of safety and the harm caused by safety accidents to individuals, families and companies. If employees do not understand safety knowledge and do not have this awareness, they will not improve themselves in this area.
The second is to let employees understand the company's rules and regulations and understand the safety operating procedures. This is a basic requirement for them and is mandatory. They must be required to comply with them, and they must be supervised and guided on site. If you just stay on the surface, hold a meeting to talk to them, instead of going to the scene to manage, see that employees violate the rules and do not point out, and do not punish and educate them, which can easily lead to frequent accidents. Therefore, the safety operating procedures and safety systems must be strictly implemented and implemented.
The third is on-site training. If problems are found at the production site, and then help employees solve the problem, it is not necessary to solve the problem through fines. You can show them how to do it through demonstrations. For example, if we discover a small illegal action by an employee, we should show him a standardized action and tell him the harm that might be caused by not doing so. He may be very moved and willingly follow Rules and regulations to do it; but if he just scolded him and fined him, he might not know where he was wrong, and the problem has not been resolved.
The safety operating procedures do not necessarily cover all the problems in the production, which requires more education, and at the same time, it is necessary to punish some wrong behaviors with emphasis to increase the importance of employees.
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